The Institutional Review Board (IRB) reviews research projects that involve human subjects to uphold two broad standards: first, that subjects are not placed at undue risk; second, that they give uncoerced, informed consent to their participation.
With representation from a range of disciplines within The College at Brockport and from outside the academic community, the IRB strives to give prompt but individualized attention to human research projects.
All current IRB applications, forms, and templates.
Be advised that many of the IRB applications and forms have been updated in 2016. Please make sure you have the most recent versions.
Details on human subjects protection training for investigators and research personnel.
What researchers need to know about IRB proposals, including research categories, best practices and frequently asked questions.
More information about continuing a research project beyond one year and making changes to existing proposals.
The timing of the IRB review process, as well as the IRB meeting schedule and proposal submission deadlines.
Federally mandated IRB policies and procedures, as well as policies and procedures specific to The College at Brockport.